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. to size it for you, that is equivalent to the entire population of major cities in america like miami, a tulsa, minneapolis, the populations are all run 400,000 people. when you are successful and signing up the equivalent of a major city in america for this service, you have something that is gaining traction and making sense. >> is this something mandated as part of the nbc deal are something that comcast is doing on their own? >> both. this was a comcast concept that we were preparing before the nbc/universal transaction. we offered it up as a voluntary commitment to the sec as something to help the sec. we would have done it with or about the transaction. we have gone far beyond the nature of the commitment in terms of eligibility of the program and the speed of the project, led the way we are running signups. the way we are promoting its. . it barely resembles the original program that we put in front of the commission at the voluntary commitment. >> we want to introduce our guest reporter. she is the editor in chief of cable facts daily. >> i know some of the early data that you
it for you, that is equivalent to the spire population -- entire population of major cities in america, cities like miami, tulsa, minneapolis/st. paul. their populations are all around 900,000 people -- 400,000 people. l so i think when you are successful in signing up the equivalent of a major city in america for a service, you have something that is gaining traction and making sense. >> host: now, is this something that was mandated as part of the nbc deal, or is this something comcast is doing on its own? >> guest: so the answer is both. this was a comcast concept that we, um, that we were preparing before the nbc universal transaction. we offered it up as a voluntary commitment to the fcc as something to help the fcc in its public interest determination, but we would have done this with or without the nbc universal transaction. and we've obviously gone far beyond the nature of the commitment in terms of the, in terms of eligibility of the program and the speed to have project, of the product, the way we're running sign-ups, the way we're promoting it. so we are, we are certainly in
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